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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

HUNT Real Estate Partners with Clearview Social to Create the HUNT Social Stream

One-click social media sharing and scheduling for all HUNT sales professionals

January 18, 2019 – Buffalo, NY – HUNT Real Estate ERA has partnered with fellow Buffalo-based company, Clearview Social, to provide their social media advocacy software, called the HUNT Social Stream, to each of its nearly 1,300 sales professionals.

Clearview Social is a web-based software that allows a designated marketer within a firm to send out email queues of approved content for employees to share to their individual LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter accounts. The software also gamifies sharing through leaderboards, badges, and competitions while providing detailed analytics and automated lead generation.

“Clearview simplifies social media for our sales professionals,” said Dan Mirsky, Marketing Director of HUNT Real Estate Corp. “Due to the busy nature of our industry, our agents do not always have the time to dedicate to social media. Clearview enables us to deliver curated, real estate-relevant content directly to them. With just the click of a button, Clearview automatically schedules it to all of their social media channels, helping them stay top-of-mind with their clients.”

“We initially created Clearview for busy lawyers who didn’t have time to post to their social media accounts,” shared founder Adrian Dayton. “Since then we’ve expanded to many different industries and have learned that the number one indicator of success with social media is having a clear content marketing strategy in place. We are a perfect fit for HUNT because they realize that thought leadership isn’t about advertising at all, it's about leading.”

“For us, Clearview checks all the boxes,” said Charlie Hunt, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of HUNT Real Estate Corp. “It’s easy to implement, empowers our agents with timely social media content, and allows us to cast a much wider net with our digital marketing.”


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